A spectacular color atlas of the United States exhibiting great detail in hundreds of maps, graphs, tables, and text on the full range of agricultural topics and subtopics. Bound into a single volume here, it consists of several parts often found as separates: Land Relief; Climate: Temperature, Sunshine, and Wind; Climate: Frost and the Growing Season; Climate: Precipitation and Humidity; Soils; and Natural Vegetation: Grassland and Desert Shrub, Forests.
Full Title: Atlas of American Agriculture. Physical Basis including Land Relief, Climate, Soils, and Natural Vegetation of the United States. Prepared under the Supervision of O.E. Baker, Bureau of Agricultural Economics. Contributions from the Weather Bureau, Willis R. Gregg, Chief; Bureau of Chemistry and Soils, H.G. Knight, Chief; Bureau of Plant Industry, Frederick D. Richey, Chief; Forest Service, F.A. Silcox, Chief; Bureau of Agricultural Economics, A.G. Black, Chief. United States Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C., United States Government Printing Office, Washington: 1936.